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Wyoming Plant Back Online

OPAL, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming natural gas processing plant is back to supplying its customer demands less than two weeks after an explosion and fire shut it down.

Williams Partners said Tuesday that the plant near the town of Opal (oh-PAL') is processing about 1

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Snowboarder Dies in Fall on Wyoming Mountain

The National Park Service identified the man as Joseph Lohr, of Anchorage, Alaska.

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Albany County Sheriff Asks for Investigation

Albany County Sheriff Dave O'Malley says he asked the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation to conduct an investigation into the Albany County Attorney's Office.

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Marijuana Changes Advance in Colorado Legislature

A Colorado plan to spend $10 million studying the health effects of marijuana awaits the governor's signature.

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Sheriff Asked for Albany County Prosecutor Probe

Sheriff wants probe of County Prosecutor's office.

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University of Wyoming
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Class Project Changes UW Food Policy

The University of Wyoming Dining Services is changing how it handles leftover food thanks to a group of students.

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Whitebark Pine & pollen cones
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Judge Won’t Intervene to Protect Whitebark Pine

The Wildwest Institute and Alliance for the Wild Rockies sued after the government designated in 2011 that protections for the whitebark pine tree were warranted.

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Wyoming Oil And Gas Commission Stops Expedited Drilling Permits

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has stopped giving expedited oral approvals for drilling permits.

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Uden Says Killing Was Self-Defense

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — An attorney for an elderly Missouri woman accused of murder in her husband's shooting death almost 40 years ago in Wyoming said in opening statements Thursday she acted in a desperate effort to protect herself and her 2-year-old daughter from a habitually violent man

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Candidate Pulls Out of Secretary of State Race

Zwonitzer decides against running.

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